Obzeet Is Relocating

obzeetby Steven Doyle

Have you been to Obzeet, the odd restaurant and bar that also sells exotic trinkets and patio accessories? They have one of the most interesting patios in Dallas that looks like a slice of the Caribbean replete with a pond and a tiki bar. This is also where you can find incredible live music in an area void of entertainment.  

We are particularly fond of the food and drink options, and the pastries are heavenly.

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If you haven’t checked out Obzeet, do so now, or wait until they move to their new location just a few doors south to the Diamond Centre. They are busily recreating the same atmosphere, including the fish pond and deck. The original location will remain open until the move is complete.

 

16 Comments

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16 responses to “Obzeet Is Relocating

  1. I can’t imagine them moving — that location is so iconic!

  2. Lesli

    I’ve always like the place but had to laugh one night many years ago when my brother asked the waitress how was the lasagna? And in what I’m sure the management would consider to be “oversharing” shrugged and said “Its good – well, I mean it’s Stouffers, so it’s okay.”

    Okay indeed!

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  4. Marcy

    There is even a better location opening just 1 mile south the name is LEKKA

  5. Suzanna

    Obzeet is definitely the place to go and I have heard that Lekka is a mediocre place trying to mimicking an excellent place. Don’t be fooled! There is only one Obzeet and it’s the place to go!!!!

    • Marcy

      Suzanna…it is very obvious that you are en employee of Obzeet…how can you comment on a business that is not even open??? It makes me want to never step foot in Obzeet again…not cool

    • Now-a-Texan

      Tut tut Suzanna…..whoever you are, bitchy is so unbecoming. You’re doing the owners a grave injustice by appearing to trash the competition. That said, the woman in former Obzeets was so rude to my mother a few years back, (we are South African), principally I would NEVER support LEKKA for that reason!

  6. Linda

    I agree. The original Obzeet is unique and the only place of its kind. Can’t wait for it to open. Lekka was an Oil and Lube place and I can only imagine what the food wIll taste like given the smell of it. Sounds most unappetizing!

  7. Smith

    The new location is very nice. Once the patio is officially open, it’ll be a great place for a happy hour or just somewhere to relax with the “mates.”
    A blueberry mojito, fried mac and cheese and later, a slice of any of the cakes will close-out the evening nicely.

    • Smith

      LEKKA: Better than the former Obzeet’s. It’s current and as much as I enjoyed O’s, LEKKA is a good substitution. To be constructive, avoid the Cesar salad: It’s generic. One last thing for the owner’s of LEKKA: throw in some jazz, something international or Ariane Moffatt instead of the classic rock. Led Zeppelin just doesn’t sound right in the new place.

  8. Now-a-Texan

    There’s nothing like family – this split is horrible, for so many reasons….

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